"94% of people rework their original idea at least once." An infographic analysis of how creative professionals really get stuff done.
By Jocelyn K. Glei
Humblebragging, the right way.
By Christian Jarrett
We need to hustle to pay the bills, but don't neglect a "slow-burning" project that you can make your creative masterpiece.
By Scott Belsky
You can’t pick your family, but you can certainly pick your clients. With a little bit of work up front you can get the clients — and work — that you love.
By Paul Jarvis
More hours spent at the office doesn't necessarily mean more things accomplished. We look at shifting the perspective from clock-time to results-time.
By Behance Team
<br>With a few small changes in your mindset, you can turn rejection into a dramatic boost for your motivation and focus.<br>
By David Burkus
Trying to figure out how to overcome that nagging creative block? Talk it out with someone who knows absolutely nothing about what you do.
<br>Vague plans don’t get done. Capitalize on the natural language of your brain and be specific when setting goals.<br>
By Heidi Grant Halvorson
From "Iron Man" to "Citizen Kane" great creatives understand that relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, trialability, and observability are what get work noticed.